Wisconsin high schoolers create prosthetic paw for rescued Texas dog
Some high school students in Wisconsin are working on a prosthetic paw for a dog who was rescued from Texas.
Thanks to a partnership between the biomedical and engineering classes, the dog, named Forrest Stump, may soon get a prosthetic foot designed and created by the students. In fact, the hope is he will have it by Thanksgiving!
Their teacher, Sara Gauthier, says it’s a real world problem that she knows they can tackle.
Learn about Forrest Stump’s long journey to this point by watching the video from WTMJ.